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Vajra “The Mirror”

Vajra has a new single out called "The Mirror," from their upcoming forthcoming album, Irkalla, the first EP of The Trilogy Series. Starting off with a mystical sound, the track heads straight into rock territory showing their fierce, passionate dedication to music. Vajra engages a different sound of metal that

Immortal Synn: “Machine Men” Review

Immortal Synn: "Machine Men"   Immortal Synn is a 5 member ehavy metal band from Denver, CO. The band likes to encompass a familiar and old school sound that jettisoned the bands from the 1970s and 1980s. Inspired by their influences Exodus,  Megadeth, Judas Priest and Motorhead, Immrotal Synn utilizes speed and

Sluka: “Colorful Radiation” Review

Christopher Sluka is a singer, songwriter, musician and performer with 11 albums under his belt. Sluka was born near Seattle, but has lived around the world. His musical influences varies from different backgrounds having grown up in many cultural settings. Sluka began his music career in New York clubs. Christopher found

He Is Me: “Cleansing”

He is Me is a partnership with Portland based songwriter and musician/producer Casey Baunger and Calgary, AB based songwriter/vocalist Steve Moore. He Is Me is a mixture of sounds exploring a raw metal explosion.   Casey and Steve first worked together on a 2001 song called "Silencer." When 2016 came, Casey contacted

Xombie: “Might As Well”

Xombie Formed in 2010 out of New York City comes a rapcore band called Xombie. The band consists of four members: Atom Crews (lead vocals), Roy Galvan (lead guitar), Robert Fishkin (lead guitar), "Cadillac" Mike Martabano (bass), and Eric Castillo (drums). The band has three EP's under their belt, the latest release

Dusty Grant: “This Longing Heart” Review

Dusty Grant is a talented American singer-songwriter and musician from Omaha, Nebraska. For the past 17 years, Grant has been writing, recording, and performing original music. He began his music career fronting rock and metal bands. Grant decided to have a change of pace and switch gears to acoustic rock

The Fatal Pursuit: Sinful Review

The Fatal Pursuit are a passionate, fledgling rock band bringing the audience into the modern metal scene. Embracing the sound of double-bass drums supplied with roaring bass lines offer the opportunities for powerful vocals and majestic guitar harmonies delivered without hesitation for an engaging experience. Each new song they compose

Vanessa Carlton Austin Show Review

Vanessa Carlton gave a heartfelt, engaging performance at The Parish in Austin, TX Saturday March 25th. Along for the ride was violist Sky Steel as they went into what Vanessa describes as the elephant in the room her first song and well known hit, “A Thousand Miles.” The next song

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